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147. 24. Quoted in Highmore, Everyday Life, p. 151. 25. Cohen and Taylor, Escape Attempts, p. 30. 26. For Lüdtke the everyday is repetitiveness and routine; the everyday is contrasted to non-everyday eventfulness and historical change seen as the outcome of action by real groups and individuals, History of Everyday Life, p. 6. 27. Highmore, Everyday Life, p. 2. 28. See R. Davidson, ‘“The Sexual State”: sexuality and Scottish governance 1950– 1980’, Journal of the History of Sexuality vol. 13 (2004), pp.
38. Scotland’. An exception is C. Harvie, No Gods and Precious Few Heroes: Twentieth Century Scotland (Edinburgh, 1998). M. Weir, Shoes were for Sunday (London, 1973): F. Macdonald, Crowdie and Cream (London, 1982); R. Glasser, Growing Up in the Gorbals (London, 1986); J. Burnside, A Lie About my Father (London, 2006). Such as J. D. Stephenson and C. G. Brown, ‘The view from the workplace: women and work in Stirling 1900–1950’, in E. Gordon and E. Breitenbach (eds), The World Is Ill Divided: Women’s Work in Scotland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Edinburgh, 1990), pp.
Indd 16 28/1/10 14:29:01 Introduction 17 9. M. de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life (Berkeley, 1984), pp. xiv–xv, 200–3; J. C. Scott, Domination and the Arts of Resistance: Hidden Transcripts (London, 1990); R. Guha, ‘The prose of counter-insurgency’, in N. B. Dirks, G. Eley and S. B. Ortner (eds), Culture/Power/History: A Reader in Contemporary Social Theory (Princeton, 1994), pp. 335–6, 358, 360, 365. 10. html 11. Highmore, Everyday Life, p. 148. 12. H. Lefebvre, Critique of Everyday Life, vol.